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Thread: Trip1PogoStick for 1.1.2 Firmware (Springboard Scrolling Patch)

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    Default Trip1PogoStick for 1.1.2 Firmware (Springboard Scrolling Patch)
    I have a fully jailbroken phone running on 1.1.2, I have Installer.app installed and Summerboard. How can I get multipage scrolling to work like it did on 1.1.1?

    For those that are interested here is what I get when I try to use springpatch to manually use Trip1PogoStick V2.0 to manually patch 1.1.2's springboard.

    # ./springpatch
    /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/SpringBoard: invalid file size (expected 777964)
    #

    What exactly did springpatch and the updated M68AP.plist do to the 1.1.1 springboard to enable scrolling?

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    As of now there is no known way to enable SB scrolling. hang tight im sure something will be found! In the meantime just use one of many launchers in Installer.app
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    Here's a crazy idea: Steal the patched SpringBoard from a jailbroken 1.1.1 iPhone and throw it on your 1.1.2 iPhone.
    I say this because I once, very recently, tried to "unpatch" my patched SpringBoard and ended up accidentally deleting the SpringBoard binary altogether. I couldn't find another iPhone to take it from so I grabbed an iPod Touch I had lying around and took its entire SpringBoard.app directory and replaced it on my iPhone 1.1.1. Interestingly enough it worked flawlessly (including the scrollable SpringBoard).

    If the patching problems have to do with the SpringBoard itself, replacing it altogether might just do it. If the problems have to do with other Frameworks or Libraries on the iPhone that have been redesigned to break this patch, then we have a whole different problem on our hands.

    It can't hurt, anyway

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